Definition of follis in English:

follis

noun

  • A bronze or copper coin of a type introduced by the Roman emperor Diocletian in ad 296 and also used later in Byzantine currency.

    • ‘Each single folles was cut to make four single folles coins.’
    • ‘The follis coin indicates that activities continued in this section of the baths until the late sixth or early seventh century A.D.’

Origin

Latin.

Pronunciation:

follis

/ˈfɒlɪs/